Pandemic causes upskill upswing as businesswomen take charge

Sarah Falson
By Sarah Falson
Updated January 14 2022 - 2:50am, first published 2:00am
Ballimore farmer Michelle Mills used the pandemic to improve her business skills so she could grow her family business. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

A new TAFE NSW study has revealed COVID-19 hasn't dimmed the entrepreneurial spirit of the state's businesswomen, as one Ballimore farmer used the pandemic as a stepping stone to grow her business.



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